Gds: Young Milan midfielder described as an ‘all-rounder’ ahead of return to the club

By Euan Burns -

Young AC Milan midfielder Tommaso Pobega has been described as an ‘all-rounder’ by a report in the Italian media. 

Pobega has spent the season on loan at Torino where he is being coached by Ivan Juric. Some felt that the Rossoneri would have been wise to keep the youngster as a backup this season but he has shone at Torino.

As La Gazzetta dello Sport write (via Milan News), the 22-year-old midfielder has developed the ability to aid the attack more effectively than he ever could before.

He has already found the back of the net four times and he has managed three assists this season. His height is another key factor in midfield as he has won an average of 2.4 aerial duels per game.

This is all of immense benefit to Milan who could have a quality midfielder returning to the club in the summer who can play a role in the team or be sold for a profit.

Tags AC Milan Ivan Juric Tommaso Pobega Torino


  1. Italian football will never get to the same heights of la liga, prem and bundesliga if we don’t give young talent like pobega to play consistently in 1 team for a few years and make mistakes and develop…hope Milan keep and play him instead of just buying Ligue 1 players

    1. Noo man, he lacks pace for 10spot. He will be useful in double pivot having totally different characteristics than Tonali & Bennacer. More power and probably better scoring abilities too

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